The Killer of Dolls (1975) is a cult classic horror film directed by Juan López Moctezuma. It tells the story of a young man, Juan, who is obsessed with dolls and has a dark secret. He is a serial killer who murders women and uses their bodies to create dolls.
The film is filled with sexual moments, both explicit and implied. One of the most memorable scenes is when Juan is in a room with a woman he has just killed. He begins to undress her and caress her body, and then proceeds to have sex with her corpse. This scene is both disturbing and erotic, and it serves to illustrate the depths of Juan's depravity.
Another scene that stands out is when Juan is in a nightclub with a woman he has just met. He begins to dance with her and then leads her to a back room where they proceed to have sex. This scene is more subtle than the previous one, but it still conveys the power of Juan's sexual desires.
The Killer of Dolls is a unique and disturbing film that explores the dark side of human sexuality. The explicit and implied sexual moments throughout the film serve to illustrate the depths of Juan's depravity and the power of his sexual desires. It is a must-see for any horror fan.
A man's buttocks is exposed in a couple of scenes while taking a shower.
Some passionate kissing and women in their underwear in a couple of scenes.
At the end of the film, a dead girl's bare breasts are shortly seen, her open chest is the main theme of the scene.